Los Angeles Clippers fans are now able to secure their seats for the 2024-25 National Basketball Association (NBA) season, which will see the franchise relocate to a new home, the 18,000-capacity Intuit Dome.
Due to open in August, the venue has been designed with the fan experience at its core.
Season memberships are now on sale, with certified Clippers supporters able to access tickets for ‘The Wall’ at Inuit Dome, which consists of 51 uninterrupted rows that will only house certified Clippers fans. The seating arrangement is on the baseline opposite the visitor’s bench.
To become certified, and gain a ‘Chuckmark’, fans need to demonstrate their support by achieving three of the five criteria: own clippers gear, subscribe to the full court press newsletter or SMS, follow the Clippers on Instagram, subscribe to Clippervision or have attended a game in the last three years, and correctly answer a trivia question about mascot Chuck The Condor.
Once fans become certified, they will not only have access to tickets for ‘The Wall’ but will gain further benefits including discounted concessions for the 2024-25 season; automatic entry in monthly sweepstakes for a chance to win prizes; access to exclusive merchandise releases; and early access to pre-sales, play-off tickets and single-game tickets for the Clippers’ opening season at Intuit Dome.
Fans with seats in ‘The Wall’ area will have to abide by ‘The Wall Code’ which includes guidelines on ticket resale, and also prohibits the wearing of opposing team merchandise.
Full season memberships will begin from $169 (£132/€154) a month, while half season memberships will start at $99 a month. ‘The Wall’ seats will start from $269 a month. The most expensive seats – which are located courtside – will begin at $4,099 a month.
Core season membership benefits will include access to exclusive events and experiences, the ability to purchase Theme and Heritage night items, member gifting, fan shop discount, and priority access to play-off tickets and in-game experiences.
The Clippers currently share Crypto.com Arena with fellow NBA team the LA Lakers and the National Hockey League’s (NHL) LA Kings, and will make the switch to Intuit Dome once it opens its doors.
Last month, hospitality company Levy partnered with the Clippers to launch 310 Provisions, which will look to enhance the food and beverage experience at Intuit Dome.
The venue will feature the largest-ever double-sided halo display in an arena setting, provided by audiovisual systems manufacturer Daktronics. Fans will also be able to enjoy an 80,000-square-foot outdoor plaza.
Financial software company Intuit acquired the naming rights for the arena in September 2021, when the project broke ground.